Ticket one: Peach Slap, from the Portland Deschutes
brewpub, is a mild but deeply complex sour made with peach puree,
habanero peppers, juniper and pink peppercorn. It was the consensus
Lately, everyone is chasing charity with
beer. Portland will soon have its first nonprofit brewery, Ex Novo, not
far from its first nonprofit pub, Oregon Public House. And at that
[ROCK…WITH ACCORDION?! WHAAA?] It’s hard to rock out in
this wacky, post-Mumford world. Not necessarily to perform rock
music—that’s been pretty much the same since the ’60s—but to be
Food Reviews & Stories
Metalheads who drive Chevy Cavaliers have
long been the unsung heroes of the American pizza industry. Some guys
in Austin figured that out 20 years ago, opening a place called Hoek’s
The first thing you notice about Coopers Hall (404 SE 6th Ave., 719-7000, facebook.com/pages/Coopers-Hall)
is its mammoth size. The new winepub in the industrial inner east side
could double as a
Portland’s bike scene is a cogset of many sprockets.
If any great insight has come from the months we spent compiling Willamette Week’s
first glossy Bike Guide, it’s just how many moving part
A longtime pro explains why cyclocross took over Portland.
How did cyclocross become the most popular cycle sport in
Portland? Molly Cameron has some theories, and they stretch from Belgium
to the space between the tire and fork on your bike.